Consistent Pragmatist

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As a Consistent Pragmatist, your complacent natures makes it easy for you to work with a variety of archetypes, and your repetitive behavior means your colleagues can rely on you. While these traits support positive relationships, push yourself to get out of your routine and bring new ideas forward, instead of simply agreeing and going along with the ideas of others. Some might perceive the Consistent Pragmatist as someone who doesn't experiment enough within their role.
Primary Trait
Secondary Trait
Willing to Destroy
(& Reckless)
(& Protective)
(& Dissatisfied)
(& Complacent)
(& Distracted)
(& Repetitive)

Primary Trait:
Consistent (& Complacent)

Your primary trait is rooted in your complacent nature. You seek to maintain the success of yourself and your organization by relying on past experience, strategies and habits that returned favorable outcomes. You are consistent in your performance, routinely meeting deadlines and hitting targets. Your malleable work style and good­-natured personality makes you easy to work with. At the extreme, you may lack ambition or motivation to explore new ideas.

Secondary Trait:
Disciplined (& Repetitive)

Your secondary trait is rooted in your repetitive nature. You seek to optimize and are often fond of creating systems and procedures typical of a disciplined approach to projects. This is often expressed through adherence to routines and rituals and/or a desire for consistency. You tend to value dependability and reliability in both others and yourself. At the extreme, you can be resistant to change and attached to the "tried and true" manner of doing things.

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